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Opinion L.A.Tie two shoelaces together at the ends with a granny knot and you're left with something shaped very much like Harbor Gateway, which links the northern and southern parts of Los Angeles' Council District 15. The odd contours are not......
Nation NowThe Supreme Court gave a sympathetic hearing Monday to an Idaho couple who were threatened with fines of up to $75,000 a day from the Environmental Protection Agency for starting to build a home near a pristine mountain lake. If an ordinary homeowner...
Opinion L.A.President Obama may not be a Kenyan, but according to Mitt Romney, he’s something worse -- a European....
L.A. NOWA Ventura County contractor and his company will pay $225,000 for illegal dumping in a creek that feeds into a large coastal estuary, officials said Tuesday....
All The RageA new service launching Wednesday through the online swapping site ThredUp makes recycling kids' clothes as easy as leaving them on your doorstep....
L.A. NOWTake warning, beachgoers: That carefully built sand castle could turn out to be a real pain in the gut. Digging and playing in beach sand puts people at higher risk of getting sick than swimming or sunbathing, according to a......
World NowMexico City, trash, dump: Nearly two months after it officially closed one of the largest trash dumps in the world, Mexico City's government and dozens of its suburban counterparts are scrambling to remake plans to solve a garbage crisis that apparently...
For a city whose last Fortune 500 company was about to be acquired by an out-of-town corporation, there was not just consolation but actual excitement over one of the deal sweeteners: Chicago-based Exelon Corp. promised to build a new downtown office...
Crack of dawn, chilly tile floor, staring at yourself in the bathroom mirror, and you're waiting, wondering when the water will get hot. If the fixture is directly over the heater it's a short delay. In a bathroom at the other end of the house you may...
A New York-based company that had announced more than a year ago it was ready to start building a disputed trash-burning power plant in south Baltimore is now seeking a waiver of a state-imposed deadline to begin work on the $1 billion project within...
CNNNEW HAMPSHIRE -- Front-runner Mitt Romney came under attack Sunday in the second Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire in two days, with rivals saying he would be unable to defeat President Barack Obama. In heated exchanges with former House...
If the government’s up to something strange in your neighborhood and you think you have a case, who you gonna call? You’re gonna call Silverstein, of course. That’s what George Brokate, a 73-year-old former Marine captain and Vietnam...
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